Financial Reporting Supply Chain: Theme 5

Towards a Broader View of Business Reporting

IFAC
Mar 30, 2011 | Surveys & Reports
English

High-quality financial reporting is at the heart of strong capital markets and sustainable economic growth. All those involved in the financial reporting supply chain play a critical role in the quality and reliability of financial information. 

In response to the report, Financial Reporting Supply Chain: Current Perspectives and Directions (March 2008), IFAC established a project group to study progress in the areas of governance, financial reporting, and auditing aimed at meeting investor needs. Its first output, Developments in the Financial Reporting Supply Chain-Results from a Global Study among IFAC Member Bodies was issued in February 2009. This study indicated that, although some progress had been made, several significant issues remain unresolved.

In the final phase of this project, the project group interviewed 25 key business leaders from around the globe on what should be done to improve corporate governance, business reporting, and auditing in the aftermath of the financial crisis.

These are the last set of interviews.

 

Interview with Patricia Cochran (PDF | 525K)
United States, Vision Service Plan

Interview with Guy Almeida Andrade (PDF | 451K)
Brazil, Mid-sized Brazilian accountancy firm

Interview with Euleen Goh (PDF | 593K)
Singapore, Singapore Accounting Standards Council

Interview with Samuel DiPiazza (PDF | 542K)
United States, Formerly PricewaterhouseCoopers

Interview with David Phillips (PDF | 554K)
United Kingdom, PricewaterhouseCoopers

Interview with Igor Kozyrev (PDF | 470K)
Russia, Lukoil

 

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